Fri, May 19, 2006
NASA is seeking
proposals for creating and managing innovative activities, events,
products, services and other education methods for increasing
America's science and technological literacy.
One objective of this request for entrepreneurial offers is to
distribute information nationally about the agency's programs and
projects. NASA's intent is to enter into partnerships that will
result in the establishment of one or more non-reimbursable Space
Act Agreements with organizations.
In exchange for a collaborator's investment to creatively
distribute NASA information, the agency will consider negotiating
brand placement, limited exclusivity and other opportunities as
part of a strategic collaboration.
NASA continues to strengthen the nation's education programs and
support the country's educators, who inspire, prepare and encourage
young minds. The agency plans to establish long-term relationships
with stakeholders to increase the nation's science and technology
Also: Holland Wants Gold, FAA Strangling UAVs?, RAF WWII Trainer For Sale, Bf109s Live, Georgia v Aerospace Engineers The Aircraft Electronics Association has released its third-qu>[...]
"Reaching this stage that we call ATLO is a critical milestone. This is a very satisfying point of the mission as we transition from many teams working on their individual elements>[...]
ANN goes through a lot of trouble to make the graphics flashy and cool and an integral part of the story. But let's face it, they're bandwidth-intensive. So here are a couple of th>[...]
Heat Generated By Electronic Systems A Growing Challenge Managing heat that is generated by electronic subsystems in next-generation aircraft is a vexing challenge for aerospace sy>[...]
Prototype Test Flights Evaluate Integrated Electronic Warfare Capabilities The U.S. Navy and Raytheon successfully demonstrated an end to end, first of its kind, integrated electro>[...]